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1  Perrault looked at his watch and swore.
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2  "T'row down de club," Perrault commanded.
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3  "One devil, dat Spitz," remarked Perrault.
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4  Perrault found one with head buried in the grub-box.
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5  "Dat Spitz fight lak hell," said Perrault, as he surveyed the gaping rips and cuts.
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6  While Perrault packed the camp outfit and loaded the sled, the dog-driver proceeded to harness the dogs.
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7  The rest of the dogs were in like condition; but Perrault, to make up lost time, pushed them late and early.
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8  By afternoon, Perrault, who was in a hurry to be on the trail with his despatches, returned with two more dogs.
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9  As a rule, Perrault travelled ahead of the team, packing the snow with webbed shoes to make it easier for them.
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10  An oath from Perrault, the resounding impact of a club upon a bony frame, and a shrill yelp of pain, heralded the breaking forth of pandemonium.
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11  Perrault was carrying despatches if anything more urgent than those he had brought in; also, the travel pride had gripped him, and he purposed to make the record trip of the year.
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12  By evening Perrault secured another dog, an old husky, long and lean and gaunt, with a battle-scarred face and a single eye which flashed a warning of prowess that commanded respect.
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13  A dozen times, Perrault, nosing the way broke through the ice bridges, being saved by the long pole he carried, which he so held that it fell each time across the hole made by his body.
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14  Perrault was in a hurry, and he prided himself on his knowledge of ice, which knowledge was indispensable, for the fall ice was very thin, and where there was swift water, there was no ice at all.
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15  When he saw Pike, one of the new dogs, a clever malingerer and thief, slyly steal a slice of bacon when Perrault's back was turned, he duplicated the performance the following day, getting away with the whole chunk.
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